Mississippi Half Step-> Feel Like A Stranger-> Franklin's Tower, Little Red Rooster-> When Push Comes To Shove, Queen Jane Approximately, Don't Ease Me In Sugar Magnolia-> Bertha-> Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Drums-> Space-> Playin' Reprise-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Morning Dew-> Sunshine Daydream, E: Touch Of Gray
I've only listened to the Dew, but it's very obvious that the speed is too slow, which is unacceptable. This recording should be removed and edited before reposting, but why bother reposting when there's a Charlie Miller SBD available? One star for the recording, not the show.
March 20, 2008 Subject:
This was the one...
That my Brother Scott (r.i.p.) and I hung out in the parking lot and got really wasted and lost track of the time. At one point we realized that most everyone had gone inside... looked at the time and... Oh Shit! We ran in as fast as we could. We missed Mississippi and half of Stranger. The only time that ever happened. Other than that it was a great show!
Reviewer:west la fadeaway
December 3, 2007 Subject:
very cool calm mellow touch but too sloopy should have played it at the begining of this show and what happened to phil? seen many better ones
June 21, 2006 Subject:
3 stars because of the fizzle out in the last half of the first set. Push, jane, dont's ease really don't do it for me. The second set is boffo. Great setlist and really well played. Recommend you check this out
April 13, 2006 Subject:
Nice show - But is it Really a Sound Board?
I love this show but is it really an Ultramatrix? Where the hell is Phil. I downloaded this show before they took the feature off and taken it into ProTools to mix it better. There are shows from the early 70s that sound better. This show should be available for download. ItÃÂs also a bit fast.
Other than that. This show Rocks. ROCKS I Tell ya. I missed this show on tour. I was at the first half of this tour and had a blast. The boys were really playing well. I wish I was at this show though. The energy is just outstanding. Billy and Mickey are HOTT. Ahhh the memories. Nothing will ever come close.
December 10, 2005 Subject:
Each 1st half of sets is stronger than the tail end
1st Set: Althought the sound is rough and distant, "Mississippi" is quite exemplary. Unbelievably, Jerry continues to raise the stakes by climbing rung upon rung of 'Jacob's Ladder.' Jerry continues the rapid-fire wah-wah's during a hot "Stranger." The band is in a zone as it's rather effortlessly flowing wonderfully "Franklin's" No Bobby, when we 'hear the music play' there is no 'rolling away.' "Rooster" is not emblematic of a band in stationary mode. "Push" is notable for continuing the good vibes. Bobby almost destroys "Queen Jane" due to slurring and oversinging. Sober up there, Bob. Abruptly, and jumping me out of my comfort zone, the set ends with "Ease."
2nd Set: Does he comment on the more appropriate "Might..." nahhh...cause it's "Sugar." Nice camera spectrum for this edition. The real question is whether or not to spend a fortune on poor-ass seats for incredible line-up for KROQ's Night Two of Almost Acoustic for my soon to be ex-girlfriend. She's a selfless saint who is deserving. Anyhow, how dare they make me feel all guilty - I check out the prices and simmer sadly as they're just too darn much for 20-30 minute sets by bands. "Bertha" is full-blown Springsteen. Time to open things up, "Playin?" the territories are breached but no treasures show up "UJB," as expected follows. Not an exemplary effort, but the crowd is more than pushing 'em along. "Drums" is pretty unmemorable though "Space" does have some interesting moments in the '3's and 4's especially during a 'Slipknot' tease around 4:53. "Playin Reprise" allows for a smooth inconspicuous back into song-land. A gruff low rumble welcomes a decent "GDTRFB." Filled with a lack of patience, the band can't wait for their opportunity to do the first explosion during "Morning." It ends up hindering the whole presentation... not badly performed, just nothing special... "Sunshine" is the rightful ending.
A sloppy though cheerful "Touch" ends this good show. Jerry wishes everybody a good night.
3 1/4 stars
October 22, 2005 Subject:
It's too fast for you
I agree with Dmilks , this show is running a tad fast. You can really hear it in Bobby's voice.
This show is outstanding in terms of performance, however i wonder if it might be slightly sped up?
March 11, 2005 Subject:
Things are gonna get stranger...
I was at this run, and while I feel the 15th was the best overall, the energy from this night cannot be denied. Feel Like A Stranger is really cooking (even though Brent gets ahead of the band after the first chorus for a bit), with a really nice scream by Bobby just before Jerry starts soloing. I was never one for Bob's "rock star" antics, but here it just seems very appropriate. The rest of the show follows in suit. Just wish there was a better tape out there; perhaps one day we will be blessed. Still get this one, it is worth your time.
December 7, 2004 Subject:
Highest energy level ever
I saw 70+ dead shows from 1980-1994 and this one might have been the best. The energy from the crowd combined with Jerry's energy was unforgettable. During Dew the place just about erupted. I have such strong memories from this show and listening to this download 16 years later it still holds up as an awesome show and the best Dew I ever saw.
August 30, 2004 Subject:
There HAS to be a better recording
5 stars for the performance, 3 stars for the tape.
This is my holy grail show. Look at the 2nd set list! How much more perfect could it get?!? Sugar mag into Bertha! Playin'! Uncle Johns! GDTRFB! The freaking Dew! Sunshine Daydream to close the set and Touch of Gray as the encore. And they are just smoking this night.
But unfortunately this ultramix just isn't doing it for me. Pitch variations (argh) and general weirdness. Someone please please please put out a better version of this. My brain cells (what's left of them) will thank you.